Hey Gamers, I’m a cereal junkie. I’ll eat anything from lucky charms, Honey Nut Cheerios, to Trix etc… Now new cereals come and go without many people even getting a chance to pick it up and taste it! Recently after a long day of work I read a couple of articles on WebMD about cereals that I felt Gamers should give a chance. Here are the two in the article, one is hot (Oatmeal, okay its not cereal but don’t tasee me bro) and one is cold.
Kellogg’s FiberPlus® Cinnamon Oat Crunch (Cold)
Do you get constipated much? Well I have just the cereal for you. This higher-fiber oat cereal is perfect to help your stomach’s movements. It offers 9 grams of fiber per serving which depending on a person diet is great for you. The cereal gets its fiber content from the “whole grain oat flour and soluble corn fiber and corn bran”. This is partly the reason why you may feel full after eating it. In comparison “Cinnamon Burst Cheerios have the same amount of calories but less fiber (5 grams) and more sugar (33% calories from sugar)” due to cinnamon being in the cereal.
As we all know a suggested serving is 3/4 of a cup. Which i this case contains “110 calories, 3 g protein, 26 g carbohydrate (7 g sugar), 1.5 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 9 g fiber, 140 mg sodium. Calories from sugar: 25%” via WebMD.
Nature’s Path Hot Oatmeal Flax Plus OR Maple Nut flavors (Hot)
Now I’m more of a sugar man when it comes to my cereal but I’m willing to give this oatmeal a chance. Now if you’re looking for an organic instant oatmeal, these two Oatmeals (one pictured above) has only a few ingredients included in it. I never personally have liked Flax at all. So I willing to give this a chance. Apparently the ingredients are organic rolled oats, organic evaporated can juice, organic flaxseeds, and sea salt.
It might not sound tasty as you read it, but it does sound healthy to me. If that doesn’t change your mind than maybe this will. Its Maple nut flavored and contains a lot of organic foods which i mentioned within it.
“One 50 gram packet has 210 calories, 5 to 6 g protein, 38 g carbohydrate (10 to 11 g sugar), 3 to 4 g fat, .5 g saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 4 or 5 g fiber, and 100 to 140 mg sodium. Calories from sugar: 19 to 21%.” For additional Nutrition details they can be found on the Nature’s Path website